|KSU Appoints Interim Provost
Kentucky State University appointed Dr. Beverly Downing as the school's interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, effective immediately.
|Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Greenhouses At KSU
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday on a one-acre site at Kentucky State University that features four solar-heated greenhouses where students can conduct replicated research trials and apply horticultural skills.
|Alltech, KSU Form Alliance On Sustainable Farming Techniques
Alltech and Kentucky State University formalized a joint research alliance to develop sustainable farming techniques and modern farming models.
|KSU Basketball Player Kicked Off Team, Accused Of Firing Shots Into Building
Devan Crain, 24, of Frankfort, was kicked off the Kentucky State University basketball team after he reportedly fired shots into an apartment complex clubhouse, according to a report in The State Journal.
|KSU Students Sell Shirts To Make Schools Safe
The student organization, 'Never Excuses Rational Decisions" or N.E.R.D. is selling t-shirts with the proceeds going towards a public grant for school's to implement security measures. Video
|KSU Mourns Loss Of Former Student-Athlete
Kentucky State University announced Monday that former indoor-outdoor track athlete Emmitt Brown had died. The Florida native was on the KSU track team from 2004-06.
|KSU Alum Becomes First African-American Supreme Court Chief Justice In Oklahoma
Kentucky State University alumnus Tom Colbert made Oklahoma history following his election as the first African-American chief justice of the state's Supreme Court.
|Kentucky State University Campus Now Smoke-Free
The KSU campus in Frankfort went smoke-free on August 1, 2013. The school said the new policy fits its overall health and wellness program.
|Kentucky State University Dismisses Band Director
KSU dismissed music professor Kalomo Bailey, who was in charge of the marching band program for 8-years.
|KSU Campus To Go Smoke-Free; Tuition To Go Up
The Kentucky State University Board of Regents on Friday approved a tobacco free campus policy that takes effect August 1, 2013.